#News24 ICYMI: Chawla back in SA only in December; Woman regains consciousness after giraffe attack; M-Net helps guy propose to his girlfriend with massive billboard
Parliamentary official commits suicide on Parliamentary precinct, SAA cancels flights to Hong Kong due to Typhoon Manghkut, and Parktown Boys' High water polo coach found guilty of 144 counts of sexual assault.
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A former Parktown Boys' High School assistant water polo coach was found guilty of 144 counts of sexual assault and 12 counts of common assault in the Palm Ridge Magistrate’s Court on Friday.
South African Airways has cancelled flights between Johannesburg and Hong Kong due to adverse weather conditions caused by Typhoon Manghkut.
MTN Group is considering a replacement for long-time Chairman Phuthuma Nhleko, with South Africa’s former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas lined up as his possible successor, according to people familiar with the matter.
A parliamentary official committed suicide on the Parliamentary precinct shortly after midday on Friday.
The attorney for Ashu Chawla says he is surprised by Parliament's attempt to summon his client from India via SMS at a moment's notice to appear before the inquiry into the naturalisation of members of the Gupta family.
When the Springboks came back from 24-3 down to beat England at Ellis Park in the first of the three-Test June series clashes, South African fans believed that this was the start of something special.
A woman who was attacked by a giraffe earlier this month has regained consciousness.
When Dwayne Marx wanted to propose to his girlfriend Tayla Henshall this week he really pulled out all the stops.
The 31-year-old pregnant nurse, whose lifeless body was found by a tourist who was taking pictures of birds at Oribi Gorge near Port Shepstone, would have given birth to a baby girl in December, the KwaZulu-Natal health department has revealed.
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